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  1. Jean-Baptiste Drouet, Conde de Erlon ( Reims, 29 de Julho de 1765 - Paris, 25 de Janeiro de 1844) foi um militar francês que participou na Revolução Francesa e nas Guerras Napoleónicas. General em 1799, passou ao posto de Marechal de França em 1843.

  2. Jean-Baptiste Drouet, né à Sainte-Menehould le 8 janvier 1763 et mort à Mâcon le 10 avril 1824, est un homme politique de la Révolution française.

  3. Jean-Baptiste Drouet (born 1763, Sainte-Menehould, Fr.—died April 11, 1824, Mâcon) was a French revolutionary, chiefly remembered for his part in the arrest of Louis XVI at Varennes. Drouet grew up and lived in the town of Sainte-Menehould in Champagne, where his father had been postmaster.

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  4. Jean-Baptiste Drouet (8 January 1763 – 11 April 1824) was a French politician of the Revolution and the Empire, best known for his key role in the arrest of King Louis XVI and his family during the Flight to Varennes.

  5. Jean-Baptiste Drouet, Comte d'Erlon (French pronunciation: [ʒɑ̃ batist dʁuɛ]; 29 July 1765 – 25 January 1844) was a Marshal of France and a soldier in the Grande Armée during the Napoleonic Wars. He notably commanded the I Corps of the Army of the North at the Battle of Waterloo.

  6. Jean-Baptiste Drouet, count d’Erlon (born July 29, 1765, Reims, Fr.—died Jan. 25, 1844, Paris) was a French soldier whose long career raised him from the ranks of both Louis XVI’s and Napoleon’s armies to be the first governor-general of Algeria and a marshal of France under Louis-Philippe.

  7. DROUET Jean-Baptiste. Né le 8 janvier 1763 à Sainte-Ménehould (Marne), mort à Mâcon (Saône-et-Loire) le 11 avril 1824. Maître de poste, Conventionnel Montagnard, compagnon de route des babouvistes ( Gracchus Babeuf ), puis fonctionnaire.